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Old 01-20-2013, 04:57 AM
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Haha I remember my aunt & uncle's rescue pup being a horrid foot nipper when people were going downstairs when he was about 10 weeks old...I was 10 at the time and just as non-plussed

Yes, she's always *very* excited when pants nipping happens, so a calm removal and nap will be used in future, thankyou

Funny thing just happened - bf was just getting his slippers out of the shoe cage to take Zoey toilet. He put them down to put them on, Zoey whizzes in, grabs one and runs around the room shaking it...Kasper was just watching from the couch like 'what IS she doing?!'

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Slippers are HUGE prize here too.

We've taught our dogs a retrieve cue... and use it often to get our stuff back!
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